The Atomaria Species (Col. Cryptophagidae) of Madeira and the Canary Islands Including Data on the Wollaston Collections and Lectotype Designations for His Species

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Abstract

Of the twelve species of the genus Atomaria known from Madeira and/or the Canary Islands, six are endemics, and are apterous. They have no doubt evolved in situ. The eight species (excluding a replacement name) described by Wollaston are represented in the British Museum, one (pilosula) by the holotype, the remainder by lectotypes designated by the writer. Five of Wollaston's names are valid. A timetable of facts relating to Wollaston's researches and collections is presented.

The Atomaria Species (Col. Cryptophagidae) of Madeira and the Canary Islands Including Data on the Wollaston Collections and Lectotype Designations for His Species

in Insect Systematics & Evolution

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